quintile. divided up the country into equal 20% brackets here. so 20% of taxpayers, the lowest, and the second. here's the taxes that exist right now, the levels, adden o the fiscal cliff. so the lowest tax quintile goes up by 3.7%, and the top up by 5.8%. how about the top 1%, 7.2% increase in their taxes. okay. that sounds, percentages, that's not really numbers. let's put actual dollars on it. now, here we go. there's a whole bunch of things that will take effect. the health care law taxes they come on anyway. we want to show you the total rise in the -- there are tax extenders, things that expire every year, the amt, the bush tax cuts, payroll tax cuts and other things from the recovery act. let's do the math here. first of all, again, these are now the numbers here, 20% of taxpayers are in 0 to 20,000, and then 108,000 and above.